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Desc:Scorsese.
Category:Classic Movies, Trailers
Tags:70s, martin scorsese, de niro, mean streets, mook
Submitted:tak_a_je_to
Date:09/24/09
Views:1035
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Comment count is 8
Keefu - 2009-09-24
Marty when he was still making good stuff.
Millard - 2009-09-25
wut. I'm sorry, but The Departed was awesome and The Aviator was pretty amazing as well. Those are his last two films, so what have you been smoking?

memedumpster - 2009-09-25
The Departed was probably the best remake ever, true.

Charming - 2009-09-24
Young Harvey Keitel, too. Gosh!
Killer Joe - 2009-09-24
...and Johnny.
sosage - 2009-09-24
For the scene where they collect cash off the fat guy with long blonde hair...

FABIO - 2009-09-25
I had an insane film professor who never failed ever lecture to squeeze in her opinion that this was "infinitely better" than Good Fellas.
erection reset by queer - 2009-09-25
Amazing movie, but the trailer doesn't do it justice. I've seen it about a billion jillion times.

The opening sequence is like a clinic on how to sum up entire characters using very brief vignettes. Johnny Boy's entire persona is immediately crystal clear in his first ten-second appearance, and there isn't even any dialogue.

"You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it."
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